This interactive game develops auditory discrimination and processing skills in young learners. Players will improve their skills by matching objects and their associated sounds. Simple auditory processing skills lay the foundation for learning how to read, speak and spell.
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I have read a lot of reviews from Speech Therapists. I am one too. I work with deaf and hard of hearing children. I would love to be able to turn off the prompts, option to play the sound again, and option to add/remove pictures from the choices. Then this app would get used everyday and recommended to ALL of my colleagues.
I liked the app conceptually. However it was too simple. I wish there was more variety on sounds--my 2 year old scored 100% her 2nd time and my 4 year old was bored.
Would be great if...
Good start. Please update to add options to turn off spoken prompts. They are presented too close to the primary stimuli; moreover, they just add confusion for kids who really have difficulty with auditory discrimination of environmental sounds.
Add side feature to repeat the targeted environmental sound before selection. In training, a very important support for clients/kids is to just "hear it again" to be sure of selection. Also, some of the auditory prompts are too brief and/or are relatively low in volume. :-). One more suggestion..Please add two lower levels for 1)the individual item on screen with touch presentation of its sound and 2)a choice between two items. It would be great to have all this in current version; yet many of us would accept a very small cost differential to get the advantages of these suggested options/updates. Would appreciate feedback on my comments from developers and other purchasers.
Thanks ..from a therapist in Ohio.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.